The CARE Plan
Wondering if Post Surgery Home Care is right for you or your loved one? Our complimentary assessment program will allow us to evaluate the current living situation and assessment of the home to determine if our services are the right fit. Our CARE Plan Assessment program includes a 45 minute in-person assessment with the client and a full assessment of the home, including home safety and fall prevention. If you choose to engage with our programs, we will then follow up with a detailed home inspection to provide a list of any challenges or changes needed for optimal care.
Our care workers are available for hourly packages to assist in post-surgery care in the home. This includes personal care services such as bathing, grooming and dressing, wake up and tuck in services, ambulation, light housekeeping and meal preparation.
Full Day CARE
Our care workers are available for daily packages with a minimum of six hours required, to assist in post-surgery care in the home. This includes personal care services such as bathing, grooming and dressing, wake up and tuck in services, ambulation, light housekeeping and meal preparation.
Live In CARE program
Our Live In CARE program is perfect for those looking for full-time care. With this program, a care worker is onsite 24/7. However, the program is not designed to provide night time care. The care worker remains on site all evening, but the program is designed to allow the care worker to rest during the evenings while on-site to provide peace of mind.
To allow for optimal conditions, 2 care workers will share the relationship with your loved one. Each one will work on a 2 week rotation before switching. The assessment from the CARE plan is used to match the client with their care workers to ensure maximum compatibility. For the Live In Care program, 4 hours each week of respite care are required by family or an hourly care worker.
The program includes meal prep, light housekeeping, companionship, personal care, exercises, shopping, and pet care.
Note: A room and food must be provided for the home care worker on rotation.